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I'm replying to my own message with a solution and a question.
On Mon, Sep 13, 2004 at 05:22:54AM -0500, kenny wrote:
> Hi. I can't seem to change the default key map for speakup in the
> gentoo-dev-sources. With a standard source from kernel.org, I can edit
> speakupmap.map and rebuild. When I try it with the gentoo-dev-sources
> source, my changes are ignored. Any idea what might be happening and
> what I can do to fix it?
> I use a desktop, so I don't like the laptop key map at the bottom of the
> file. I like for my caps-lock key to work instead of having to press
> control-caps-lock to toggle it.
I can fix the problem by editing speakupmap.map and running the command
./genmap speakupmap.map >/proc/speakup/keymap
The genmap program is in the drivers/char/speakup directory. This can
be run as a normal user, but it will have to be done every time you boot
Is this the kind of thing I should be filing bug reports about, or
should it just be documented somewhere in a speakup Gentoo FAQ?
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